Page  includes a census and numerical annotations for various populations and things on the island (white men, white women, white widows, black men, black women, black widows, the number of surgeons, amount of cultivated land and with what, the number of coffee plantations, the number of cacao plantations, the number of windmills, the number of various kinds of cattle and other farm animals, etc.). Some data boxes have no numerical values
Page  reads: "Esclaves" with various columns for names of the slave, age, function, and observations. This page is blank as slavery had been abolished and Haiti was now its own country
Dated in ms. hand at foot of p. : Au Gros Morne ce 12e. 8bre [i.e. September]. 1804
John Carter Brown Library copy has ms. annotations in contemporary hand
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